Observation 2014-12-11 05:42 PM
Tags / Aspects
Cup-moth parasite fly.
About 9 months earlier I found a moth cocoon which was slightly unusual in size, colour and location so I decided to grow it out. Today shock, horror and delight when a prickly looking fly opened the lid, climbed out and stretched it's wings.
On a Grevillea stem growing closely entwined with a small eucalyptus tree in a local nature reserve.
Victim was Doratifera vulnerans - Mottled Cup Moth
This one is Tachinidae probably Winthemia genus.
Date & Time
2014-12-11 05:42 PM [Melbourne]
-37.856906 , 145.322118 : 183.416 m
Near The Basin VIC 3154, Australia
|NS Observation No.||54F5583AED2A8983C20004AB|
|Created||2015-03-03 05:44 PM (about 4 years ago)|
|Created By||Mark Ridgway|
|Updated||2015-03-05 12:10 PM (about 4 years ago)|
|Updated By||Mark Ridgway|
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